Nollywood actress, Adunni Ade, has recounted some worst times in her life as she reveals that her father cut off all financial support after she got pregnant with her first child whilst in school.

According to Adunni in a lengthy post on her Instagram page, she felt she had failed in life as her hero was disappointed in her that his first daughter will have a child out of wedlock.

She revealed that she had nothing and thought she was never going to make it through because of how terrible her life had become.

However, she claimed that one thing that kept her going was her child, D’marion as the way he looked at her gave her a different meaning to life. She conceded she is nowhere near her goals in life but things have changed.

The film star disclosed this on her Instagram account as she appreciated her two sons and how they have influenced her career growth.

“These past few days have been overwhelming! I remember when I found out I was pregnant with D’marion, it felt like the world came caving in on me,” she wrote.

“A whole lot happened to me. My Dad was so hurt that his first daughter was pregnant (out of wedlock, I understood ). I was a senior at college. It was the worst time of my life. All financial support was cut off!”

The actress credited her success story to her sons, revealing how they drive her to get the job done.

“These 2 miracles of mine have given me a chance to live again! My drive! My focus! All I have done! All I am! All for my Boys. Thank you D’marion. Thank you Ayden for giving me a reason to live again!” she concluded.

See some reactions below;

Mothers are d real MVP’s, they never give up on their children, good or bad. Even God doesn’t cut us off even though we sometimes do d most. All is well that ends well, kudos to her, its not easy

She spoke her Truth and some people are already judging her , some people get pregnant more than 6 times in a year and terminate it while at it …. Stop acting like a saint

People saying shits in these comments section ??‍♀️ has done crazy stuffs & many abortions at closed doors ..

stop pointing fingers when your sin is worse but in secret.

Be mindful, you little chick reading this, don’t go get pregnant and think you’ll be successful too, work hard! Just saying Respectfully!!

Adunni Ade (born 7 June 1982) is an American/Nigerian actress and model.

Adunni Ade was born in Queens, New York, United States to a German-Irish mother and a Yoruba Nigerian father.

She is a Nollywood actress and fashion model. She returned to Nigeria about the age of two with her parents to attend her grand father’s burial. She was brought up in Lagos State, Nigeria till she was in her late teens and returned to the United States for her university education.

She attended the Chrisland primary school, Opebi, Lagos State, where she obtained her First School Leaving Certificate. She obtained her Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) at the Bells Comprehensive Secondary School, Ota, Ogun State.

Her Lagos-based father, who is also a successful businessman inspired her to study accounting. Adunni Ade earned a degree in accounting at the University of Kentucky in 2008. Prior to her return to Nigeria, Adunni Ade worked with the State of Kentucky in the Housing sector providing living assistance and also State of Maryland in the Medical Insurance department providing medical insurance (Medicare and Medicaid) to those in need.

Adunni Ade worked in the housing and insurance sectors in the United States before switching to the entertainment industry. Adunni ventured into fashion modelling and featured in America’s Next Top Model. After moving back to Nigeria, she landed her first Nollywood role when she acted in the Yoruba langguage film “You or I” in 2013.

Her short video comedy sketch “Date Gone Bad”, which was released on YouTube in 2014, has attracted so much attention that it recorded more than 170,000 hits.

She has also featured in several other Nollywood movies of both English and Yoruba languages, including some music videos for Sound Sultan and Ice Prince. She received a Stella Award from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism for her efforts in promoting the Nigerian culture.

In 2017, Adunni Ade became the brand ambassador for OUD Majestic.

In 2018, she wrote and produced her first Yoruba movie titled: “Emi Mi – My Soul”, directed by Saheed Balogun. The movie starred Ibrahim Chatta, D’Marion Young, Sunkanmi Omobolanle, and Shola Kosoko 

Later that year, she produced another Yoruba drama movie titled: “Ewa – Beauty”, directed by Saheed Balogun and featured Ibrahim Chatta, Yinka Quadri, Kunle Omisore, and Tayo Sobola . She has been featured in well over 100 movies in Nigeria (both in the English and Yoruba aspect of Nollywood)

Adunni has two sons; D’Marion and Ayden. She revealed that after she made a difficult choice to break up with their father, she would continue being a single parent.